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Title Date Summary
1 Opinions from U-N-I; Deep Thoughts
Old Gold 0:0, p.46
6/1/1993 A collection of student opinions; photo.
2 What In the World?: How Observant Are You?
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1993 Different photographs from around campus. The object is to guess where the picture was taken to see how observant you are. The answers are in the corner upside down; photo.
3 Don't make the same mistake
Northern Iowan 88:59, p.3
6/19/1992 Recalls fatal results of drunk driving.
4 Date rape: no longer behind closed doors
Northern Iowan 88:51, p.10
4/10/1992 Women talk about being assaulted; counselors offer advice for dealing with the situation.
5 Creative writing workshop offered next week
Northern Iowan 88:22, p.6
11/15/1991 Stephen Dobyns will speak; photo.
6 Costume fever hits campus; Halloween is in the air and everyone is catching it as¿
Northern Iowan 88:17, p.6
10/29/1991 Students talk about the costumes they are going to wear.
7 Grim Reaper visits campus Thursday: 'Dead Day' affects students and faculty alike
Northern Iowan 88:13, p.9
10/15/1991 Will enact the deaths caused by alcohol in one day.
8 Homecoming '91 follows 71-year history
Northern Iowan 88:9, p.B2
10/1/1991 Brief history of Homecoming at UNI; photo.
9 Hemp Club focuses on industrial uses of the plant; members stress they aren't promoting marijuana use
Northern Iowan 87:57, p.10
5/3/1991 Students talk about the uses of hemp.
10 Union Station is regular part of students' day
Northern Iowan 87:56, p.8
4/30/1991 Supervisor Kelly Lex talks about running the convenience store in the Union; photo.
11 Summer Orientation Staff chosen
Northern Iowan 87:54, p.8
4/23/1991 Several students offer reactions.
12 Study strategies ease the stress of finals week
Northern Iowan 87:53, p.8
4/19/1991 Peer instructor in Advising Center offers tips.
13 Have writer's block? The Writing Center can help
Northern Iowan 87:51, p.13
4/12/1991 Staff explains purposes and methods.
14 Disabled students speak out
Northern Iowan 87:49, p.9
4/5/1991 Description of activities and accomplishments.
15 Three UNI Democrats prepare to attend national conference
Northern Iowan 87:48, p.7
4/2/1991 Trying to raise money for trip.
16 Gender concerns addressed at leadership conference; Women's roles are analyzed
Northern Iowan 87:45, p.7
3/12/1991 Professor DeFrancisco outlines views on leadership.
17 UNI graduate is the "voice behind the Panthers": For the past 15 years, Justis has been at each home game in the dome
Northern Iowan 87:42, p.10
3/1/1991 Profile of Bob Justis; photo.
18 Elementary students learn from a professor for a day
Northern Iowan 87:41, p.11
2/26/1991 School teachers and professors change places; photo.
19 Professor challenges students; UNI--Harvard of the Midwest?
Northern Iowan 87:40, p.8
2/22/1991 Professor Crownfield compares Ivy League schools with UNI.
20 If Valentine' s Day doesn't do anything for you . . . the candy industry alone grossed $570 million
Northern Iowan 87:37, p.9
2/12/1991 History of Valentine's Day.
21 Floor pitches in to buy sick friend a Nintendo
Northern Iowan 87:36, p.6
2/8/1991 Members of Sherman House in Shull Hall purchased a Nintendo for fellow resident Phil Sposito. Sposito recently had surgery to remove a large tumor in his back.
22 UNI professor to be 'one man act'; "It's about teen challenges . . ."
Northern Iowan 87:34, p.9
2/1/1991 Jerry Casper will perform his one-man act, "Marvin. The American Family, What's the Problem?" this weekend; photo.
23 Islamic religion restricts soldiers; American soldiers should not carry pictures
Northern Iowan 87:31, p.9
1/22/1991 Islamic countries have many traditions that American soldiers must be aware of.
24 Desert Storm spurs excitement, fear and patriotism; war of any magnitude creates a myriad of feelings
Northern Iowan 87:30, p.8
1/18/1991 Relatives and friends of military personnel in the Persian Gulf share recent letters on the conditions in Saudi Arabia.
25 Commuting faculty subject to problems: students annoyed by lack of office hours
Northern Iowan 87:27, p.10
12/7/1990 Students would like professors who commute to campus to offer more office hours.
26 SAE's symbol of pride defaced habitually through the years
Northern Iowan 87:26, p.10
12/4/1990 Stone lions in front of SAE house are frequently vandalized; photo.
27 Students must endure and survive the scheduling nightmare; before the semester is officially over
Northern Iowan 87:25, p.8
11/30/1990 Students must wait in lines in order to register for classes; photo.
28 Christmas lights brighten campus and spirits; tree lighting ceremony part of UNI tradition
Northern Iowan 87:22, p.10
29 Concert Chorale to perform concert honoring Mozart
Northern Iowan 87:20, p.12
11/9/1990 Tribute to Mozart will be held November 15 in Waterloo.
30 UNI professor is a world pianist
Northern Iowan 87:18, p.12
11/2/1990 Faculty member Howard Aibel travels around the world playing the piano; photo.
31 Program offered to provide experience for students
Northern Iowan 87:14, p.14
10/19/1990 Students gain work experience through cooperative education internships; photo.
32 Homecoming labeled a success
Northern Iowan 87:12, p.10
10/12/1990 Summary of Homecoming activities and students' opinions on the week.
33 Need an excuse to leave school indefinitely?
Northern Iowan 87:10, p.8
10/5/1990 Students need to be aware of plagiarism, both intentional and unintentional, and the punishments for plagiarism.
34 RA finds the positive things in work and life
Northern Iowan 87:8, p.10
9/28/1990 Profile of resident assistant Randy Mikota; photo.
35 A day in the life of Public Safety
Northern Iowan 87:6, p.9
9/21/1990 Description of activities and services of Public Safety.
36 Dormitories not cheap to run; $36,000 x 9 dorms monthly
Northern Iowan 87:5, p.9
9/18/1990 Costs of running a dormitory include utilities, telephone, salaries, general maintenance, and insurance.
37 A look back to the beginning of UNI's Homecoming: 70 years
Northern Iowan 87:4, p.8
9/14/1990 Brief history of UNI's Homecoming.

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